White paper calls for industry collaboration to develop common response and recovery standards and contingencies to mitigate impending attack.
Report suggests asset growth has slowed, although city, rural and joint-stock banks could struggle to manage asset quality and capitalisation.
Global shadow banking activities rose 7.6 percent to $45.2tn in 2016, representing 13 percent of total financial system assets; China contributed $7tn to the measure.
Positive rating action for Military Bank, Vietcombank and Vietinbank reflect improvements in asset quality and declining rates of bad debt.
DBS, OCBC and UOB will see greater interest income due to increased rates and improved capital buffers as oil and gas NPAs were recognised and provisioned in 2017.
Firm suggests fintech adoption has clear benefits, but the systemic risks from increased adoption have yet to fully emerge.
4th AMLD to prove a headache for Asian institutions which already share clients and data with EU-based subsidiaries, potentially influencing Asia-based parent institutions themselves.
Agustín Carstens notes recent resolutions have not involved bail in; some G-SIB home authorities do not have cooperation agreements with foreign regulators.
Recent market trends increasingly favouring secured transactions, coupled with financial crises and regulatory requirements have made collateral scarcer than ever, new report suggests.
Once in a while capitalism must be rescued from the excesses of bankers and central banks. Governments can’t kill ideas, but it takes them a long time for them to concede or adapt.